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Lacrosse wins back-and-forth battle

Fresno State lacrosse surged late in their home-opener to earn a victory against Mercer University. Fresno State’s largest lead was four goals, and that was the lead they finished the game with, beating the Bears 15-11. The ‘Dogs spent the ...

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Bulldogs walk-off on opening night behind Joseph Mendez single

The Fresno State Bulldogs’ baseball team opened the 2018 season with a 5-4 walk-off win against the Michigan State Spartans at Pete Beiden Field in Bob Bennett Stadium on Friday. The Bulldogs’ opening day victory is their 10th in a ...

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Four-star recruit picks Fresno State

The 2018 Fresno State football recruiting class just got a whole lot better. Tyrone Sampson, a four-star offensive lineman from Detroit, decommitted from the University of Syracuse in December before choosing Fresno State as his new home on Friday. One ...

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50 Shades of Over

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to forgive my girlfriend for what she put me through on Valentine’s Day three years ago. The film adaptation of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” novel had just arrived in theaters and I ...

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I’m afraid to wear shorts in public.

I, like many other women, have had a history of troubling interactions with men. Sometimes, it’s a flirtatious remark. Other times, it’s awkward conversations. Maybe it’s a stare that lasts a few seconds too long. Maybe it’s a slight touch ...

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Should I shop at thrift stores?

Once I heard a man on a podcast explain that he didn’t grow up in a family with excessive disposable income and often wore clothes from thrift stores. This piqued my interest. Logically, it makes sense for someone with parents ...

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How do I stay informed while maintaining my sanity?

In addition to working as a reporter for a newspaper, I also read other newspapers. I browse articles from The Fresno Bee and The New York Times a lot, as well as content from other publications. I also watch documentaries. ...

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Free agent wasteland. Where do the survivors go?

This offseason in Major League Baseball has been a peculiar one to say the least, especially in the realm of free agency. Pitchers and catchers have now begun to report to their respective training camps all across baseball and yet ...

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Deep Breath: In your relationship, take time for yourself

Deep Breath Episode 1: In honor of the recent Valentine’s Day, our first episode focuses on practicing self-care in a relationship. Romantic holidays aside, we wanted to offer our listeners a little advice about communicating your needs, taking time for ...

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Valley’s Spanish-speakers lack oral health information

The Central Valley Health Policy Institute has found that Spanish-speaking Latinos are less informed on oral health than people that speak English. The report is a result of DentaQuest Foundation’s grassroots engagement initiative. The initiative is aimed at supporting change ...

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Lamas to be honored by national organization

Dr. Frank Lamas, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, was selected as the recipient of the 2018 Fred Turner Award for Outstanding Service to Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA). The award recognizes a NASPA member of ...

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Debate team earns third place

The Barking Bulldogs Debate Team, a fairly young debate group on the Fresno State campus, is said to be running out of space to store its trophies. That was the report from Tom Boroujeni, director of debate, after the team’s ...

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Renting and Rights

My friend graduated last year and recently started looking for an apartment. He’s having a stressful time, he says, because he’s encountering all kinds of weird stuff in the big city he’s looking in. Landlords want a lot of information ...

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New buses giving free rides to students

Fresno residents will be able to ride the Bus Rapid Transit system, called the FAX Q, for the first time starting Monday.  FAX Q buses are clean-air vehicles that are expected to enhance bus services and improve public transportation in ...

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Two business alumni honored for contributions beyond university

Fresno State alumni were honored at the Valley Business Awards Luncheon hosted by the Fresno Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. The awards given to the alumni were “Student Entrepreneur of the Year” and the “Leon S. Peters Award” and recognized ...

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Students’ technology, design skills ready for all to see

Fresno State agriculture students used their final project from the fall semester as a chance to showcase their art skills for their college. They created signs for the seven departments of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. In ...

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#MeToo: A 161% rise in sexual abuse reports in one month

She was 22 when the news director “dragged” her into the production studio. “I knew it wasn’t right,” said Faith Sidlow, broadcast journalism professor. “But I also had no idea that there was anyone I could talk to about it.” ...

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Derek and David Carr are coming to Fresno

The Carr brothers will return to Fresno for a Valley Children’s Healthcare fundraising event that will give fans a look at what it’s like to be “Inside the Huddle.”   The event will be on Saturday at Saroyan Theatre in ...

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